Macro Friday

The whole point of Macro shooting to me is to zoom in on a singular subject, get as close to it as possible and make it the focus of the picture. (I have totally bumped my 5QF Vlog so scroll down to see that!)

Today’s submission is….


This is a page out of my bible, but I was focusing on how the verse talks about not worrying about your life because if God takes care of the birds; how much more important are you?

I thought this was a perfect example of not macro shooting with my camera, but how we need to apply some macro viewing in our own lives. So often we get caught up in watching the news, worrying about finances, worrying about what others think, etc. that we lose our focus by trying to see the big picture. If we could look through a macro lens at our life and focus singularly on the fact that God loves us so much and will provide for us more than the birds, the rest of all those worries get kind of blurry.



Categories: faith, God, Macro Fridays

22 replies

  1. Hi there,Coming over from the blog frog and the 31DBB challenge.Interesting perspective in your latest post. Never hurts to take a step back and look at the bigger picture in our lives.Your blog design is very clever and a really nice pay off to the whole theme of your blog.Have a great day!

  2. Love your photo and the reason for the selection. You have a great way of looking at things.Love you lots.Kate

  3. VERY ORIGINIAL! I love it and amen.

  4. Not sure who could read this and not love it. I love it. Love that you encourage us to think outside the box. Thanks for the encouragement!

  5. Not sure who could read this and not love it. I love it. Love that you encourage us to think outside the box. Thanks for the encouragement!

  6. Oh yes, so very true…I try to remind myself daily to look at the big picture. Thanks!

  7. You'll have to visit my macro Friday post today – its about little sparrows that I found yesterday in my garden………. I tell ya those we sparrows never stop chirping in that nest all day long.Love your macro Have a lovely weekend 🙂 Rosie

  8. Ohhhh love the message! Great job! Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog too. Happy Friday! 🙂

  9. I really love your blog, and your macro Fridays!

  10. love this. the picture and your words.

  11. Oh my gosh! This was the subject of our sermon in Church last week! For reals! Cool!

  12. Okay.. SO I maybe could not jump on a plane tonight to photograph your kids.. cause GOd needed me to come here and read you words, ( or His words as the case may be). You macro'd my favorite verse, and just at a time that I need to be reminded… BTW, You take amazing pics.. so take your kiddos your own self…I thought of you the other day, while I was picking up crayons, and decided to take some macro shots.. They are good, but you should be the one to take those!!!!And regardless of the outcom eof this photo fun.. you are a Winner!PS, Warm bread does sound nice!

  13. Such an inspirational post! Such a good reminder to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. We all need that reminder sometimes, so thanks! Love your blog and the whole “coloring outside the lines” concept! Can't wait to read more! 🙂

  14. I'm sold. LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog. Love this post – that you used your bible – awesome. I think the design is great too. Man, can I be you (LOL). Joined your blog so I can read more. 🙂

  15. I'm sold. LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog. Love this post – that you used your bible – awesome. I think the design is great too. Man, can I be you (LOL). Joined your blog so I can read more. 🙂

  16. Wow, I really love that, the symbolism in your photo is just lovely!Now you have made me want to participate in macro friday! LOLThanks for stopping by my blog!

  17. Very cool! I had a stressful week and could sure use that reminder! Thanks!

  18. I really, really love this. That verse always has meant so much to me. When I have struggled through things, I've always gotten a lot of peace from the song “His eye is on the sparrow”…I sing it often.One day, I looked up it's origins, and was AMAZED to find that it was an older woman from our own very sleepy town, who inspired the song, back in 1905. Thanks for posting this… brought a big smile to my face!

  19. I love this! Love the photo, love what you wrote! 🙂 I like the angle you take the photo from… very nice shot!

  20. Creative shot! I love it! Also love what you wrote about macro viewing our own lives. Kinda fits for what I've been going through personally lately.

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